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  • City and street lighting in the city
  • Light passing through the coil
  • Highway lighting
  • Bad weather and poor lighting
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968,000 Toman

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  • 1) City and streets lighting
  • 2) Lighting when passing through screws
  • 3) Lighting in highway
  • 4) Lighting in bad & poor weather

The first lights

The first big front lights used in the initial cars were similar to horse-drawn carriage lights and Daimler cars in 1886 were equipped with lights where candles were lit.

 

Apart from candle lighting, it was also possible to use paraffin lamps or oxyacetylene for night lighting in the car. The use of paraffin lamps and acetylene as lighting suppliers for all kinds of cars continued until after World War I and since the 1920s, electrical power made a clear change not only in the design of car lights but also had a big effect on automobile production industry. It can be said tungsten lamps are the first electric lamps used in vehicles. Tungsten lamps in automobiles can be divided into two categories of conventional tungsten and gas tungsten (halogen).



Current limiting system:

Current limiting system first limits the current and then the voltage (which is about 28 kilo volts between the electrodes to obtain reasonable snaps). By controlling the consumption power, lamps' light increases quickly. Moreover, with limited current and voltage lamp's life won't be decreased.



Exposure Gas XENON

XENON lighting gas innovation which has been used in Mercedes class E since 1995 has numerous benefits. that the most important one is their very low power consumption about 35 watts. Xenon lamps' lighting power is double the power of conventional halogen lamps with 55 watts.

Xenon is a chemical element in the form of heavy gas and particles suspended in the air that with particles of different metal salts in a quartz glass container can be converted to a suitable light source. Xenon light bulbs containing mercury, metal salts and xenon gas under pressure. When the driver hits the light switch, Xenon immediately illuminated and vaporize the mercury and metal salts. The mixture of metal vapors causes a high brightness. Mercury produces more light and metal salts affect the spectrum of light. Because of high UV radiation of gas discharge lamps, it's necessary to use special filters for safety reasons.

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